|Rainbow Hour 14 01 22 - Gregory Henchar|
Rainbow Hour - We welcomed our friend and yours Kevin Johnson The Coupon King! Kevin let us in on his secrets of how he gets money back from the grocery store verses paying them! Learn how Kevin coupons for $$$ and how he gives back to the community. Easy2coupon.com Ciacouponspy.com couponaholic.net Truecouponing.comRainbow Hour is sponsored by: Bert Smith Automotive, Infinity Medical Institute, Tampa and Rainbow411.com
Keywords: Rainbow Hour; Kevin Johnson; Steve Blanchard; Mario Cassetta; Coupon Stacking
|Insight: Homelessness in Sacramento - John Brenneise|
Homelessness in Sacramento - A goup of tents sheltering homeless people got worldwide attention last month when they were featured on Oprah. What's next for Sacramento's tent city? We'll also discuss what changes might come in how local agencies deal with homelessness.
Keywords: tent city; homeless; homelessness; Kevin Johnson; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: Sacramento Mayor's Race - A Conversation with the Candidates|
Who will be the next Mayor of Sacramento? It's one of the highest profile races in the June primary. Today on Insight, leading contenders Heather Fargo and Kevin Johnson join us in-studio for a set of one-on-one conversations about their candidacies and qualifications. You'll also hear clips from the other candidates.
Keywords: Sacramento mayoral race; Heather Fargo; Kevin Johnson; mayoral contenders; June primary; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|ESPN's Jason Whitlock, Mayor Kevin Johnson Weigh In On The Sterling Decision - Roland S. Martin|
Roland Martin talks with ESPN columnist Jason Whitlock and Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson about NBA Commissioner Adam Silver's decision to ban Donald Sterling for life and plans to force a sale of the L.A. Clippers.
Keywords: Roland S. Martin; Roland Martin; Donald Sterling; Adam Silver; NBA; ESPN; Jason Whitlock; Mayor Kevin Johnson; L.A. Clippers; NBA
|Great Speeches and Interviews with John Kerry and Others|
Great Speeches and Interviews with John Kerry and Others The Obama Campaign in Sacramento hosted a rally on Feb. 2, 2008. At the event, Senator John Kerry, basketball great Kevin Johnson, State Senator Darrell Steinberg, Former State Senator Deborah Ortiz, City Councilmember Kevin McCarty, and Assemblymember Dave Jones rally supporters. John Forbes Kerry is an American politician who is currently serving his fourth term as the junior United States Senator from Massachusetts...
Keywords: John Kerry; Kevin Johnson; Darrell Steinberg; Deborah Ortiz; Kevin McCarty; Dave Jones; Feb. 2; 2008; Sacramento; David Cay Johnston; Gerry Condon; Great Speeches and Interviews; Access Sacramento
|Insight: Mayor Johnson / SXSW / "At the Gate of the Wolf's Lair" / Irish Rock & Roll|
Mayor Johnson - We're going to talk to Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson about his year-long dealing and negotiating to keep the Kings from relocating and what the next steps in the process will be. We'll also ask him his bid for reelection, green initiatives, and work with area charter schools. SXSW - A handful of Sacramento bands will be representing Sacramento's musical prowess this week at the country's preeminent music festival, South by Southwest...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson; Kevin Johnson, Mayor, Sacramento; Sacramento arena plans; SXSW; Nick Brunner; South By Southwest; At the Gates of the Wolf's Lair; Roger Barrick, author; Irish Rock & roll; Whiskey and Stitches; Stout Rebellion; studio performance
|Insight: Johnson's Leadership Style / Cold Cases / K-9 Sponsorship|
Johnson's Leadership Style - The race for Sacramento's next mayor is over and Kevin Johnson is sworn into office this week. Today on Insight, we look at how Johnson won and what that might say about his leadership style with KXJZ News' Sacramento Region Reporter Ben Adler. Cold Cases - What happens to Sacramento's cold cases and who decides when to re-open them? We'll talk about a couple of cases that continue to haunt some detectives in Sacramento's police department...
Keywords: Kevin Johnson; Sacramento mayor; Ben Adler; cold cases; Sacramento Police Department; unsolved crimes; K9 unit; K-9 training; K-9 sponsorship; Crash; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: Brian Fagan / Fraser and Haas / Charles Barkley / Julie Meyers|
Brian Fagan - Global warming is not a new phenomenon. A millennium ago, the earth experienced another cycle of warming, forever changing human society. Today on Insight, you'll meet anthropologist Brian Fagan, and learn how events from the past can help us plan for the future. This segment originally aired March 12th, 2008. Fraser and Haas - One of the world's top Celtic musicians lives in Nevada City and he's touring the area with an up-and-coming cellist...
Keywords: Brian Fagan; global warming; anthropologist; Alasdair Fraser; Natalie Haas; Celtic musician; Charles Barkley; NBA; Kevin Johnson; Julie Meyers; singer-songwriter; indie-rock; live performance; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: Dusty Baker / "Opening the Floodgates" / From Sacramento to NASA|
Dusty Baker - Baseball legend Dusty Baker soon will be spending a lot of time in Cincinnati - he recently signed a three-year contract to manage the Reds - but he grew up in Sacramento and has kept close ties to the area. Before he heads to Ohio, we talk with Baker about his life and baseball. "Opening the Floodgates" - University of California, Davis professor Kevin R. Johnson has released a controversial new book on immigration...
Keywords: Dusty Baker; Cincinnati Reds; Kevin Johnson; Opening the Floodgates: Why America Needs to Rethink Its Borders and Immigration Laws; NASA flight controller; Heidi Poppelreiter; Sacramento State physics major; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: St. Hope / New Agriculture / Dream People / Be Brave Bold Robot|
St. Hope Investigation - The Federal Government has temporarily banned St. Hope Academy and its founder, Sacramento mayoral candidate Kevin Johnson, from receiving federal funds. They did so citing evidence that suggests St. Hope misused federal funds. KXJZ News' Ben Adler tells you why and how. New Agriculture - Could California farmers save water and money by changing the kinds of crops they grow? A recent report says yes, but some farm advocates disagree...
Keywords: St. Hope; Kevin Johnson; federal investigation; agriculture; California farmers; water use; Dream People of the Amazon; Be Brave Bold Robot; David Watts Barton; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: North American Relations / Marcos Breton / First Year / Red Menace|
North American Relations - Two diplomats from the United State's immediate neighbors are talking in town today. They're Canada Consul General Stewart Beck, based in San Francisco, and Mexico Consul General Carlos Gonzalez Gutierrez, based in Sacramento. Today on Insight, we'll talk with them both about relations between Mexico, Canada and the U.S. Marcos Breton - We check in with Sacramento Bee Metro Columnist Marcos Breton about issues in the news...
Keywords: KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento Public Radio; Canada Consul General; Mexico Consul General; Carlos Gonzales Gutierrez; Stewart Beck; Marcos Breton; Kevin Johnson; Ben Adler; Red Menace!; Sacramento Conspiracy Trial of 1935; Center for Sacramento History
|Insight: St. Hope in Harlem / Youth Politics / Mandarin Immersion|
St. Hope Opens in Harlem - Sacramento's St. Hope Academy is expanding, with its first school outside California opening this month in Harlem. Today on Insight, we'll talk with KXJZ news reporter Ben Adler, who's in New York to see how the new school is doing. Youth Convention Delegates - More youth than ever are participating in the upcomming presidential elections. We'll talk with representatives from the Republican and Democratic National Conventions about what it's like to be part of the proc...
Keywords: St. Hope Academy; charter school; New York schools; Ben Adler; Kevin Johnson; Republican National Convention; Democratic National Convention; youth delegates; Mandarin for preschoolers; Knowledge Beginnings school; language immersion program; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: First 100 / Eileen Carr / Behind Budget / "Clark Reeper's Tales"|
First 100 Days - Tomorrow is Kevin Johnson's 100th day as Sacramento Mayor. How has he done? Capital Public Radio News reporter Ben Adler has talked with Johnson, city council members and others for a story that airs tomorrow morning. He'll tell you about it. Eileen Carr - A Davis author who's had success in the romance genre - more specifically, chick-lit - has turned her hand to suspense. Eileen Carr's latest novel is called "Hold Back the Dark." We spoke with her on Insight a couple of years ...
Keywords: Sacramento mayor; Kevin Johnson; Ben Adler; Eileen Carr; Hold Back the Dark; Eileen Rendahl; author; California budget; Darrell Steinberg; Clark Reeper's Tales; Michael Panush; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: Tent City Proposal / Effie Yeaw Nature Center / Local Comedians|
Tent City Proposal - Mayor Kevin Johnson has proposed creating a legal tent city in Sacramento. On the next Insight, we'll hear some reactions to the plan, which would create a "safe ground" for homeless people. Effie Yeaw Nature Center - The Effie Yeaw Nature Center in Carmichael is facing severe budget cuts, leading to cuts in staffing and elimination of money-generating programs. The Center's Director and a Parks Interpretive Specialist explain the impact of these cuts on the nature center...
Keywords: tent city; Kevin Johnson; Sacramento mayor; nature center budget cuts; Effie Yeaw Nature Center; comedians; Keith Lowell Jensen; Kelly Pryce; Marcella Arguello; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: Hood Corp Update / Chris Webster / Trainwreck Revival|
Hood Corp Update - A federal investigation of Sacramento's Saint Hope organization is on-going and has been handed over to prosecutors. The investigation looked into possible misuse of public money. Saint Hope is a non-profit owned by Sacramento mayoral candidate Kevin Johnson. It's best known for its charter schools in Sacramento and New York. Chris Webster - Last spring, singer-songwriter Chris Webster was forced to cancel a number of her upcoming tour dates due to a throat ailment that left h...
Keywords: Hood Corp; Saint Hope; investigation; Kevin Johnson; Ben Adler; Chris Webster; singer-songwriter; Something In the Water; Mumbo Gumbo; Marty DeAnda; country-rock; Trainwrech Revival; live performance; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: Linda Katehi / Tent City / Teen Dating Violence / Graham-a-Rama|
Linda Katehi - UC Davis recently named Linda Katehi as chancellor of the University of California, Davis. Today on Insight, you'll meet the former provost and vice chancellor of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and hear about her plans for the university. Tent City Follow-Up - In a follow-up to the discussion about Major Kevin Johnson's plan to build a legal campground for the homeless, we consider how tent cities have fared elsewhere...
Keywords: Linda Katehi; UC Davis chancellor; tent city; Sacramento mayor; Kevin Johnson; homeless campground; teen dating violence; violence in relationships; Graham-a-Rama cabaret; Graham Sobelman; Elizabeth Miller; UC Davis Children's Hospital; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Final Straw: Mel Bazil on "Anarchy, Indigenous Sovereignty, and Decolonization"; Imprisoned Kevin "Rashid" Johnson denied medical care - Bursts O'Goodness|
This week's episode features a workshop by Mel Bazil, an indigenous Gitxsan and Wet’suwet’en organizer, sovereigntist, and anarchist of the Unist’ot’en Action Camp. For folks in the listening audience, Unist’ot’en is located on unceded native lands in so-called British Colombia, Canada. More about the Unist’ot’en Action Camp can be found at unistotencamp.com This audio is from an almost hour and a half presentation that Mel gave on Saturday the 24th of May at the Montreal Anarchi...
Keywords: ashevillefm; kowa-lp; kwtf; kxcf; wcrs-lp; mel bazil; anarchism; sean swain; prisoner; final straw; ckut; polk ci; butner; north carolina; rashid; kevin johnson; montreal; first nation; canada; british colombia; Gitxsan; Wet’suwet’en; Unist’ot’en
|Insight: Sac Mayor's Race / Delta Queen / High School Jazz|
Sac Mayor's Race - Today on Insight, we'll take a final look at the Sacramento mayor's race. KXJZ News' Ben Adler tells you about all the latest developments for candidates Heather Fargo and Kevin Johnson. Delta Queen - The twin paddleboat of Old Sacramento's Delta King has just made what might be its final voyage down the Mississippi River. We talk with the Delta Queen's shipboard historian while docked in the Port of Vicksburg, MIss...
Keywords: Sacramento mayor's race; Heather Fargo; Kevin Johnson; Ben Adler; Delta Queen; Delta King; Mississippi River; history; historian; Rio Americano High School; jazz band; band program; live performance; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: Dave & Lois / Mayoral Advice / Happy Mayfield|
Dave & Lois - Local TV anchors Dave Walker and Lois Hart are retiring this week after a long and distinguised career that included being the first co-anchors on CNN. We'll talk with about their careers. Their final newscast is at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 26th on KCRA Channel 3. Mayoral Advice - What advice would you give to Sacramento’s next mayor? As Kevin Johnson prepares to take over the reigns of the city, KXJZ News' Ben Adler sits down with two former mayors - Anne Rudin and Phil Isenber...
Keywords: Dave Walker; Lois Hart; KCRA news anchors; CNN co-anchors; mayoral advice; Kevin Johnson; Anne Rudin; Phil Isenberg; Sacramento mayor; Happy Mayfield; hip hop; soul; singer-songwriter; musicians; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: Autism and Conception / Mayor Johnson / Dr. Rick Hodes / Sound Advice: Jazz|
Autism and Conception - Children conceived in winter have a greater risk of autism, according to a new study from UC Davis. An examination of the birth records of the more than 7 million children born in the state of California during the 1990s and early 2000s has found a clear link between the month in which a child is conceived and the risk of that child later receiving a diagnosis of autism. We'll talk with the researcher Dr...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; autism and conception; UC Davis; Irva Hertz-Picciotto, researcher, UC Davis; Kevin Johnson, mayor, Sacramento; Sacramento Kings status report; Rick Hodes, physician featured in book This is a Soul; UC Davis Medical School commencement speaker; Ethiopian children helped by American doctor; Sound Advice: Jazz; Devin Yamanaka
|Insight: Capitol Chat / Checks and Balances in 2011 / Dave Attell / Sound Advice|
Capitol Chat - Our weekly signature segment returns with Capitol Bureau Reporter Ben Adler. Checks and Balances Act of 2012 - We'll speak with Kunal Merchant, Mayor Kevin Johnson's Chief of Staff and Bill Camp, Chief Executive Officer of the Sacramento Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO, who was the plaintiff in the 2009 case against the strong mayor initiative. Dave Attell - Comedian Dave Attell is coming to the Punch Line December 29th...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; Ben Adler; Checks and Balances Act of 2012; Kunal Merchant, Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson's Chief of Staff; Bill Camp, Chief Executive Officer, Sacramento Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO; Dave Attell, comedian; Sound Advice; Nick Brunner
|Insight: Strong Mayor / On the Tube / Cyclist Honored|
Strong Mayor - Should Sacramento's mayor be a citywide councilmember or a CEO who runs things? Today on Insight, you'll hear the arguments for and against giving the capital city a so-called "strong mayor." Guests will include Mayor Kevin Johnson who's leading the campaign in favor of greater powers. On the Tube - TV critic Rick Kushman tells you what's new on TV and in the television business. Cyclist Honored - You'll meet a Sacramento man recently honored by Britain's Queen Elizabeth...
Keywords: Sacramento mayor; Kevin Johnson; strong mayor; Anne Rudin; Fresno mayor; Alan Autry; Robert Huckfeldt; UC Davis; political science; TV shows; TV critic; Rick Kushman; Sacramento Bee; cycling honor; Mark Bristow; Order of the British Empire; Paralympic champion; gold medal; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: Tax Burden / Budget Jury / Strong Mayor / Squeaky / "Green Room"|
Tax Burden - Many Californians consider themselves overtaxed, but are they really? And if they're not, who's actually paying the state's bills? Today on Insight, we're going to talk about this with some tax experts. Budget Jury - Should California convene a citizens' jury to break state budget deadlocks? A local law professor made the case for this recently in the "New York Times." Chris Elmendorf tells you about his idea...
Keywords: tax burden; budget jury; citizens jury; Chris Elmendorf; strong mayor; Kevin Johnson; Ben Adler; Sacramento City Council; Lynette Fromme; Squeaky Fromme; Charles Manson; President Ford; gun; Dick Schmidt; Sacramento Bee; The Green Room; Insight; KXJZ; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: Kevin Johnson / John Waters / Mexico Migration / Loudon Wainwright III|
Kevin Johnson - There's no end of pressing issues facing the City of Sacramento now, including the sluggish economy and downtown redevelopment. Today on Insight, we'll talk about those issue and more with Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson. John Waters - Filmmaker John Waters is best known for his movies about people outside the mainstream, including "Pink Flamingoes" and the original version of "Hairspray." He's an author, too, and his latest book is called "Role Models." You'll meet John Waters an...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; Kevin Johnson; Sacramento development and economy; John Waters, filmmaker and author; Hairspray; Role Models; Mexico emigration; Los que se quedan - Those Who Remain; documentary film on emigration from Mexico; Loudon Wainwright III; Ten Songs for a New Depression
|Insight: Tobias Wolff / Coexist Comedy Tour / Jim Pelley / Mayoral Forum|
Tobias Wolff - National Book Award finalist and master of the short story genre Tobias Wolff is speaking today in Sacramento. The author of "This Boy's Life" tells you about his new latest book, "Our Story Begins." Coexist Comedy Tour - You'll meet some of the local comedians behind the Coexist Comedy Tour. Sacramento-based comedians Tapan Trivedi and John Ross and San Francisco-based comedians Chad Lehrman and Tissa Hami tell you how their different religions play a part in their comedy...
Keywords: Tobias Wolff; This Boy's Life; Our Story Begins; Coexist Comedy Tour; Tapan Trivedi; John Ross; Chad Lehrman; Tissa Hami; Jim Pelley; Saturday Night Live; Great Valley Conference; Green Collar jobs; Sacramento mayoral race; Kevin Johnson; Heather Fargo; mayor candidates forum; Ben Adler; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: Mayor Johnson's First Term / Cruz Reynoso / James McMurtry / Sound Advice: Jazz|
Johnson's First Term - Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson announced yesterday afternoon he's running for a second term. We'll speak with Sacramento Bee Metro reporter Ryan Lillis about Johnson's performance in his first term, and what kind of opposition the mayor may face from competitors or voters. Cruz Reynoso - The award-winning documentary, "Cruz Reynoso: Sowing the Seeds of Justice," about the first Latino to be appointed to the California Supreme Court, will be broadcast on public television t...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Kevin Johnson; Sacramento Mayor Johnson announces run for second term; California Supreme Court former judge Cruz Reynoso; Cruz Reynoso: Sowing the Seeds of Justice; James McMurtry; American River Music Festival; Sound Advice: Jazz; Devin Yamanaka; David Watts Barton
|Insight: Sacramento's Human Rights Violations / Marcos Breton / "Poetry Out Loud" Competition / Blind "Goalball" Player|
Sacramento's Human Rights Violations - A United Nations appointee has rebuked Sacramento for restricting access to public restrooms and criminalizing public urination, calling the city policies "discriminatory" and saying they violate fundamental human rights. UN Special Rapporteur Catarina de Albuquerque sent a letter to Mayor Kevin Johnson last Friday urging him to change these city policies. Johnson said no one is more frustrated than he is about the lack of progress in fully addressing our h...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Sacramento human rights violations; UN Special Rapporteur Catarina de Albuquerque; Safe Ground Sacramento; Catarina de Albuquerque, UN Special Rapporteur; Connie de la Vega, Professor of law, University of San Francisco School of Law; Joaquin McPeek, from the office of Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson; Steve Watters, Executive Director, Safe Ground Sacramento; Jay Schenirer, Sacramento City Councilman; Marcos Breton; Sacramento Bee, The; Poetry Out Loud competition; goalball; Joe Hamilton
|Insight: Kings Sale / Capitol Chat / "Next Fall" / Susie Glaze and the Hilonesome Band - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
Kings Sale - The NBA Board of Governor's met Wednesday and voted to deny relocation of the Sacramento Kings to Seattle. It now appears that a deal has been struck between the Maloofs and the Vivek Partnership to sell the team to the new ownership group. Mayor Kevin Johnson is holding a press conference at 10 a.m. this morning to "announce Sacramento's victory" and we had Mark Friedman booked yesterday afternoon for today's show, but he had to cancel due to an emergency ownership meeting at 10 a....
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Sacramento Kings sale; NBA denies relocation of Sacramento Kings to Seattle; Kevin Johnson, Mayor of Sacramento; Bob Moffitt; Capitol Chat; Katie Orr, CPR Capitol reporter; Next Fall; Resurrection Theatre production of Next Fall; Benjamin T. Ismail; Kellie Yvonne Raines; Rob August; Susie Glaze and the Hilonesome Band; White Swan; Hilonesome Band; studio performance; live performance
|Insight-130305: Mayor Kevin Johnson / News Network: Davis / This Viscious Minute - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
Mayor Johnson - Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson has been leading the effort to keep the Kings basketball team in town. Last week, he introduced a new deal that was presented to the NBA Board of Governors in effort to counter Chris Hansen's accepted proposal to buy the team from the Maloofs and relocate it to Seattle. Today on Insight, we'll talk with Mayor Johnson about his role in putting together a deal and what he thinks the NBA will do...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson; Sacramento Kings; NBA Board of Governors; Maloofs; education; farm-to-fork initiatives; City of Davis; vote-by-mail election; Jeff Hudson, Davis Enterprise Reporter; This Vicious Minute; Slicing your skin with razors; one-man show written by UC Davis graduate Ben Moroski; Ben Moroski; KOLT Run Creations; Kelley Ogden; Ooley Theater
|Insight-Kings Update / Capitol Chat / Food Allergies in Kids / The Values Project / Sound Advice: Classical Concerts|
Kings Update - Capital Public Radio's Regional Reporter Bob Moffitt joins us with the latest information in the Sacramento Kings drama. The relocation committee of the NBA Board of Governors met with the two sides in the Sacramento Kings saga in New York on Wednesday. An investment group from Seattle, led by Chris Hansen, has entered an agreement to purchase the basketball team from majority owners, the Maloof family, and move the franchise to Washington State...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Inc; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Kings Update; Bob Moffitt, Capital Public Radio's Regional Reporter; Sacramento Kings; NBA Board of Governors; New York; An investment group from Seattle, led by Chris Hansen; Maloof; Ron Burkle; Mark Mastrov; Mayor Kevin Johnson; Capitol Chat; Ben Adler, Capital Public Radio's Capitol Bureau Chief; California lawmakers; Committees are considering hundreds of bills; Food Allergies in Kids; peanuts; strawberries; The Values Project; Sacramento public art project; Sacramento parking lots; paints values words like Integrity, Kindness and Community; Peter Hassen; Sound Advice; Classical Concerts; Jeff Hudson, Arts and Theater Critic; Anne Akiko Meyers, violinist; Reno Philharmonic
|Insight: State of The City / Kyle Rasmussen / Ask Joey / Sound Advice - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
State Of The City - Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson declared 2014 "the year of groundbreakings" during his State of the City speech Wednesday night, highlighting the downtown arena, new housing in North Sacramento and many other projects. Sacramento Bee Reporter Ryan Lillis was there and joins us to explain what other city priorities made -and didn't make- it into the mayor's speech. Kyle Rasmussen Olympian - Kyle Rasmussen twenty years ago, Olympic fans were following the career of a powerful al...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; State Of The City; Kevin Johnson, Sacramento Mayor; 2014; the year of groundbreakings; Ryan Lillis, Bee reporter; Kyle Rasmussen, Olympian; powerful alpine skier from Angels Camp, Calif; Bear Valley; Tommy Moe; AJ Kitt; 1988 Calgary Games; Ask Joey; Joey Garcia; self-published book of relationship advice columns; When Your Heart Breaks, It's Opening to Love; Valentine's Day; Sound Advice: Classical; Cale Wiggins, Classical music host; the importance of instruments; Anne Akiko Meyers; Lang Lang; Jason Vieaux
|Insight: NBA Relocation Meeting / Marcos Breton / River Cats Opening Day / An Evening with Groucho Marx|
NBA Relocation Meeting - The relocation committee for the NBA Board of Governors is meeting with the two sides in the Sacramento Kings saga in New York on Wednesday. An investment group from Seattle, led by Chris Hansen, has entered an agreement to purchase the basketball team from majority owners, the Maloof family, and move the franchise to Washington State. A counter offer has been made by a development group, including Ron Burkle and Mark Mastrov, with ties to Sacramento and overseen by Mayo...
Keywords: Insight; Capital Public Radio; Inc; Sacramento public radio; KXJZ; CSU Sacramento; NBA Relocation Meeting; Sacramento Kings; Chris Hansen; Maloof family; Ron Burkle; Mark Mastrov; Mayor Kevin Johnson; build a new arena; New10's Nick Monacelli; New York today covering the meetings; NBA owners; Marcos Breton, Bee columnist; Sacramento Kings; National Basketball Association; K Street redevelopment; River Cats Opening Day; Sacramento River Cats; Zak Basch. public relations manager; AAA baseball team; An Evening with Groucho; Frank Ferrante, actor, director and producer; the greatest living interpreter of Groucho Marx's material; Three Stages in Folsom Wednesday
|Insight: News Network / Progressive Education: Montessori / Sacramento Fashion Week / International String Trio - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
News Network - Capital Public Radio's Regional Reporter Bob Moffitt and Sacramento Press Editor Jared Goyette join us to preview some of the issues Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson is expected to address in his annual State of the City speech Thursday evening. Plus, we'll discuss details in the mayor's fourth quarter plan to keep the Sacramento Kings in town. Sacramento Kings on Capital Public Radio Progressive Education: Montessori - We continue our two-part series on progressive education by loo...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Capital Public Radio's Regional Reporter Bob Moffitt; Sacramento Press Editor Jared Goyette; Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson; Sacramento Kings; Progressive Education-Montessori; chair of the Association Montessori International Global Research Committee, Dr. Steven Hughes; executive director of Bergamo Montessori Schools in the Sacramento area, Matt Hillis; Sacramento Fashion Week; America's Next Top Model; Naima Mora; International String Trio, the; NPR's Says You; Mary Stuart Rogers Theater at the Gallo Center for the Arts in Modesto
|Insight: NBA Votes on Relocation / Arena Opposition / Perspectives on Agriculture / Sacramento Choral Society - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
NBA Votes on Relocation - Sacramento may soon learn the fate of its only professional sports franchise. As early as Wednesday afternoon, the National Basketball Association's Board of Governors will decide whether the owners of the Sacramento Kings can relocate the team to Seattle and whether they can sell the team to a Seattle ownership group. Most people tracking the story expect the NBA owners who make up the Board of Governors to vote for keeping the team in Sacramento, but it's still unclea...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; NBA Votes on Relocation; Sacramento professional sports franchise; National Basketball Association's Board of Governors; Sacramento Kings; relocate the team to Seattle; Ben Adler, Capital Public Radio's Bureau Chief; meeting in Dallas, Texas; Art Thiel, Seattle sports reporter; Arena Opposition; lawsuit; publically fund a new arena; John Shirey, Sacramento City Manager; intentional fraud; concealment; Perspectives on Agriculture; Mayor Kevin Johnson; Farm to Fork; State of the City address; Sacramento's Year of Food; Blue Diamond Growers; almonds; Lundberg Family Farms; rice; The Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce; Perspectives on Agriculture; Mark Jansen, CEO of Blue Diamond Growers; Tim Johnson, President & CEO of the California Rice Commission; Sacramento Choral Society; patriotic songs; James McCormick, President, Sacramento Choral Society; Don Kendrick, Director; upcoming tour of Italy; Pope; Vatican
|Insight-130716: News Network / Parasites in Cat Feces / "The Five Acts of Diego Leon" / Beer & Bacon - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
News Network - Visitors to Downtown Reno have been getting a special welcome to the Nevada city - free parking. Today on News Network, Sierra Reporter Ky Plaskon tells us about Reno's troubled transition from coin-operated parking meters to electric ones. We'll also hear the latest on the City of Stockton's current political strife. Stockton Record Columnist Michael Fitzgerald lays out three potential options for Stockton's embattled mayor...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; News Network; Downtown Reno; free parking; transition from coin-operated parking meters to electric ones; City of Stockton's current political strife; Michael Fitzgerald, Stockton Record Columnist; Parasites in Cat Feces; Trends of Parasitology; severely harmful parasite; Toxoplasma gondii; serious birth defects; deafness and mental retardation; Patricia Conrad, professor of parasitology at UC Davis' School of Veterinary Medicine; The Five Acts of Diego Leon; Alex Espinoza, Author; Squaw Valley Community of Writers; recent novel; mystique of old Hollywood; Beer & Bacon; Farm to Fork; Mayor Kevin Johnson; January's Bacon Fest; BLT Week; Beer & Bacon Block Party this Saturday; Rob Archie, owner of Pangaea Two Brews Cafe; Kelly Hogge, chef at Magpie; Triple Crown Winner at Bacon Fest; local brewer Peter Hoey
|Insight: News Network / Swimming For Solace / Sacramento Japanese Film Festival / OK Go - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
News Network - In this week's News Network, the Sacramento Bee's Metropolitan Reporter Ryan Lillis joins us on the heels of a Sacramento meeting between NBA star Michael Jordan and NBA star-turned-Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson. Plus, new plans show that the new downtown sports and entertainment complex will be one of the smallest NBA arenas in the country, with less than 200 seats more than the old arena...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; News Network; Ryan Lillis, Sacramento Bee's Metropolitan Reporter; Michael Jordan; Kevin Johnson, NBA star-turned-Sacramento Mayor; new downtown sports and entertainment complex; Sacramento police will have to start paying into their pensions for the first time; pay raise; Swimming For Solace; Robby Schlesinger; swim the perimeter of Lake Tahoe; Solace Tree; American Foundation for Suicide Prevention; Living Works the Community Foundation of Western Nevada; Reno Beer Crawl fundraiser; Sacramento Japanese Film Festival; Crest Theatre; Barbara Kado, Chairperson of the Sacramento Japanese Film Festival; Japanese cinema in America; OK Go; The Assembly in Sacramento; Grammy-winning band; Hungry Ghosts; Damian Kulash, lead singer and guitarist
|Insight: News Network / Political Cartoon Cross Line? / Leila Fowler Update / Shriners Burn Surgeon / Capitol Steps - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
News Network - The NBA has recommended a petition to move the Sacramento Kings to Seattle be denied. This is not the final say in the Kings saga but it does have good implications for the Sacramento ownership group seeking to keep the basketball team. It also has some political implications for Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson, who has staked nearly his entire tenure in city government on building a new sports and entertainment complex...
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